Quad-Squad By: Josh Sanchez, Brandon Long, Justin Lee
Two Dimension Squares A square is a quadrilateral with four equal sides and four 90 degree angles A square is a quadrilateral with four equal sides and four 90 degree angles Flat Flat All four sides are equal All four sides are equal Each corner is a 90 degree angle (all right angles) Each corner is a 90 degree angle (all right angles) Perimeter Perimeter Area Area Different Names Different Names 1. Square 2. Rectangle 3. Parallelogram 4. Rhombus 5. Quadrilateral 6. Trapezoid
Measuring A Square Perimeter: s+s+s+s or S4 or L2 + W2 Area: L x W= 2 (the answer equals squared)
VIDEO CHALLENGE!!! Of all the rectangles with the same PERIMETERS, which has the biggest AREA???
Measuring a Three- Dimensional Figure Volume: Volume: Length x Width x Height= 3 (answer of volume equals cubed) V= L x W x H Volume of a cube: V=S 3 (only for a cube)
Three Dimension Squares A cube is a three dimensional figure with six congruent sides Six faces, eight vertices Volume Different Names 1.Cube 2.Prism 3.Tetrahedron 4.Octahedron 5.Dodecahedron 6.Icosahedrons Features 1.Vertex 2.Face 3.Side
Two and Three Dimensional Squares in the Real World
How they are used in the Real Life! Perimeter: 1.To make buildings 2.Walls 3.Borders 4.Fencing Area: 1.Space on the ground 2.Tile, Flooring 3.Mats, Rugs Volume: 1.The room inside a building 2.Space inside storage (boxes etc.) 3.Water in a tank (water tanks etc.)
Questions! What are examples of cubes in the real world? What is the formula for the volume of a cube or prism? How does area help us in life? What are some names for a three dimensional square? Are there a such thing as a two dimension square in the real world?
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